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Study highlights post-pandemic impact on Irish workplaces

A study of mental health and wellbeing promotion in Irish workplaces has been published, revealing the changing picture of mental health following the pandemic. The study surveyed more than 1,500 businesses across Ireland. It has revealed the first national mental health picture of the impact of the pandemic across Irish workplaces. Conducted by University College Cork (UCC), … Continued

Exploring the liminal space and what it will bring

Siobhan Kelleher explores the liminal space; a place between the past and what lies ahead in the future.  As a qualified coach, I have been coaching clinicians questioning their careers, lifestyles, and where they want to go. Often, they are in the liminal space. But what exactly is the liminal space? Liminal comes from the … Continued

Your route to market – a guide to selling your practice

Ross Martin and Dan Fine detail what you need to know during and after your practice sale. Market fundamentals are good. Banks still like the sector and are lending. Demand for quality dental practices from corporate buyers has recovered from the shock of COVID-19 and there is actually a spike in demand for smaller practices … Continued

Gum Health Day – raising awareness across the world

More than 40 countries are coming together today to raise awareness on preventing and detecting gum disease. ‘Gum diseases are preventable’ – this is the slogan for Gum Health Day 2021, which takes place on 12 May and is promoted by the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP). The goal is to educate the public on how to detect … Continued

Demand for cosmetic dental treatment grows in Ireland

Demand for cosmetic dentistry in Ireland has boomed since the start of the pandemic.  This is according to Caroline Robins, chair of the GP committee of the Irish Dental Association. Reported by, Ms Robins said demand had gone ‘off the Richter scale’, adding that Zoom is a key reason why interest may have spiked. … Continued